Traditional Lakota culture has historically treated Two Spirit people as regular members of the community, not marginalized or stigmatized.“Danny Joe” is about acceptance, kinship and the role of traditional customs in a contemporary Lakota community.
"Love From Manenberg" addresses the ways a community plagued by gang violence –– stemming from historical, geographical, cultural and governmental oppression –– looks to the future and manages the loves, losses and predictabilities of day-to-day living.
This is a project about the interplay between past and present, the Cherokee's deep connection to the land, and the everyday life that sustains twenty-first century Eastern Cherokee people.
Today on the Red Lake Indian Reservation, wild rice is a vital part of a movement to feed the roughly 5,000 tribal members living there with organic fruits and vegetables, game, and foraged foods cultivated entirely on the reservation.
By Sarah Stacke with texts by Maurice Wallace and Martha Sumler. Published by Red Hook Editions, 2018. Designed by Bonnie Briant.
AfriPost is a digital exhibition co-curated with Candice Jansen. The project considers intersections of epistolary exchange and imagery to provide glimpses into inner narratives evoked by images of Africa.
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